Angela Grauerholz: Recent Photographs

1993, MIT List Visual Arts Center
Black book cover for Angela Grauerholz: Recent Photographs featuring a sepia-toned photograph of two people looking out a window.
1993, MIT List Visual Arts Center

ISBN: 0-938437-45-3, LC: 93-79813 paper, 32 pages, 14 bi-color illus., bio. and biblio.

This exhibition includes fourteen recent, large-scale black and white photographs by a German-born artist presently living and working in Montréal. Portraits, nudes, landscapes, urban sites and interior settings are among Grauerholz’s diverse subjects. Her tentative images are soft-focused, sepia-toned and ambiguous in relation to time and place. Influenced by film and literature, the artist wants her photographs to be “as open as I can possibly make them, so that the viewer can reinvest what he or she feels into a particular scene, into a particular image.” Essay by the curator Helaine Posner.